Da Vinci Manor Guest House (Gatwick)
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... and is still lived in by royalty today. While very expensive to go visit, the palace was amazing and the gardens were beautiful. We had a guided tour from one of the volunteers who explained everything from the gold leaf paint on the ceiling to the huge tapestries. In the biggest personal library we've ever seen and we managed to find early edition Dickens books. We spent so much time in Blenheim Palace that we didn't ...
... history about the development and building of the bridge.
We ended up buying a couple of souvenirs to remind us of our time in London. For me, when I think of London I think of a red telephone box and for Marc, Big Ben so that’s what we ended up getting for ourselves.
The Underground Tube train on our way back to our hotel was absolutely mayhem! The train was severely delayed so there were crowds of people forming. We entered ...
... that train is fast! Pretty damn comfortable too, and with a nice meal thrown in. Sooooo much nicer than the overnighter from Venice to Paris.
It's a train I would consider using again :)
On the trip we got a very quick look at the French countryside between Paris & Calais. Lots of very flat plainland, fields of agriculture and cows, and a few wind farms as well.
Sorry Treasurer Joe, you're full of ****, there is nothing ugly or "A blight on ...
... listened and made it out of the station and to the lovely Miss Sarah Weiss' house in Maida Vale. Abbey Road was the first thing we knocked off our to do list - Our dad's would be proud. So after watching hoards of tourists risk their lives and annoy the locals by blocking traffic in the attempt to get the perfect replica of The Beatles album cover photo, we ventured onwards. During our 10 days in London we walked our socks off. Nb. ...
... 8230;fraud protection. After some time on the phone trying to get the card released, I gave up and paid with a different bank and was on my way. Little did I know that the drive would involve mostly construction zones which would seriously slow my travels. But regardless, I managed to make it to long term parking in Heathrow, get the shuttle and find Logan at the coffee shop in the airport, any only 45 minutes late, go figure. We continued to drop his bag off ...